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Ross

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muga said:
Came across this site today, nice and easy to make your own beer label - should get a compertition going to see who can be the most creative :D

http://beerbuilder.brewtopia.com.au
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Great link Muga - first class - & just in time for the xmas case - THANKS :)
 

Ross

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Bugger - thought you could get the labels, but looks like you have to buy the beer as well :(
 

big d

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theres always a catch :angry:
 

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You can just design one up and then use your print-screen key and then paste it in to a graphics program (ie. Adobe/MS Paint) and cut around it.

I have attatched a trial one..

beer_label.jpg
 

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thats a good idea muga.

does anyone know if you can buy shiny adhesive paper to print these suckers on?
I would like to hand write the beer names on my kegs , then erase them when i'm finished. a bit like a white board.


VL
 

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vlbaby said:
thats a good idea muga.

does anyone know if you can buy shiny adhesive paper to print these suckers on?
I would like to hand write the beer names on my kegs , then erase them when i'm finished. a bit like a white board.


VL
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Some white Contact (Am I showing my age? Is Contact still available?) should do the trick.

Then a standard whiteboard marker is all you need.

M

*EDIT* Didn't realise you wanted to print onto the paper. Thought you wanted some stick-on instant whitebaord..... */EDIT*
 

muga

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I guess you could print them on normal paper then laminate them, then stick them on with sticky tape.

You could just write on them with a whiteboard marker and rub it off when needed..
 

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You can buy blank sticker labels for your printer

They come in an A4 sheet

Just print from your graphics program

Cheers
 

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Print the background on normal paper then laminate it and glue it on.

Use an indelible (laundry) marker to write with.
They are waterproof but clean off completely with a little metho.
They don't rub off accidentally during handling either like whiteboard markers do. :chug:
 

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mandrakar said:
Some white Contact (Am I showing my age? Is Contact still available?) should do the trick.

Then a standard whiteboard marker is all you need.

M

*EDIT* Didn't realise you wanted to print onto the paper. Thought you wanted some stick-on instant whitebaord..... */EDIT*
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Thats OK mandraker, i knew exactly what you meant.

Some good ideas here guys. I might actually use a bit of everyones suggestions. I think i will print the label on plain paper, then laminate it with a layer of clear contact. Then i will write the names with a semi-permanent marker. ( so i can wipe it off again with metho)

Now i just have to find out if they still make 'contact'.


cheers

VL
Should work ok i reckon.
 

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